Eero Is the First Carefree Wi-Fi System
The only time we’ll wax poetic about a router
Passwords that read like spy codes. Having to reset the whole damn thing. Trying to find that “special spot” every time you want to stream Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
Wi-Fi is the worst.
Eero wants to make it better.
A new breakthrough in the world of routers (apparently there is such a world), Eero has been dubbed the carefree Wi-Fi system--and not without reason.
We were previously told that a single router can cover our entire home. The folks at Eero claim that’s simply not true. Instead, they have set up a plan that informs you just how many Eero routers you’ll need to get maximum speed for the size of your space. (FYI: You would need three Eeros to outfit a 2500-square-foot home, plus the backyard.)
And get this: It takes just 60 seconds to set up, and it can all be done from your phone. No IT degree required. If there’s ever a problem, like a slow connection or your neighbor’s “Abraham Linksys” network encroaching on your space, Eero fixes itself. Meaning, it’s constantly running tests and updating security so you don’t have to. If a guest stops by, they can easily be sent the log-in credentials via text.
The one caveat is that these things can get expensive (each one starts at $199). However, preorder today and you’ll get $20 back for every friend you refer. Plus, a little peace of mind.